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Animation & Cartoons
by Tex Avery
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Two buzzards suffer from acute food shortage and make up for it by cooking each other, or at least trying to.
Topics: Animation, MGM, Vulture, Rationing
Animation & Cartoons
by Rankin/Bass Productions
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Rather than adapt a later or create a new Oz story, this production has Dorothy still in posession of the shoes, and she clings to an apple tree during a tornado which takes her back to Oz. The Scarecrow, Tin Woodman, and Lion (using the names created for the nearly-abstract television series, Tales of the Wizard of Oz, from which this was derived) have had their MGM gifts destroyed by the restored Wicked Witch, and the four proceed to the Wizard for help, who is ineffectual as usual.
Topics: Animation, L. Frank Baum, Oz (Imaginary place), Fantasy, 1960s
Animation & Cartoons
by Rankin/Bass Productions
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The Ballad of Smokey the Bear tells the story, or a story of Smokey the Bear. The premise has Smokey’s big brother, voiced by James Cagney, telling the story of how his brother got his name. It’s a long winded and rambling tale that has very little Smokey and a great deal of a cranky Jimmy. The story has the animals trying to find out who set a forest fire and is poisoning the water. Its not giving anything away to say it’s an escaped circus gorilla that smokes cigars.
Topics: Animation, Smokey the Bear, Forest Fires, James Cagney, 1960s, Fire Prevention, Johnny Marks
Animation & Cartoons
by George Pal
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George Pal's initial stop-motion commercial story film made in Eindhoven, Holland. The short promoted the new Philips Radio of 1934 with a ship made entirely of glass that sails through the air waves.
Topics: Animation, Philips, 1930s
Animation & Cartoons
by Tex Avery
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A screwy squirrel provokes a pedigreed birddog to chase him throughout the picture.
Topics: Animation, MGM, 1940s, Fred Quimby, Squirrels
Animation & Cartoons
by Toei Animation
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A young boy meets the famous Lemuel Gulliver, who has just built a rocket ship that will take him exploring outer space. The boy joins him, and the two of them go to the Star of Hope, where they find a civilization that is threatened by evil robots.
Topics: Anime, Animation, Jonathan Swift, Science Fiction, 1960s, Hayao Miyazaki
Animation & Cartoons
by Famous Studios
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Lots of racial stereotypes in this wartime cartoon about Bluto trying to avoid being drafted into the Navy.
Topics: Animation, Popeye the Sailor, WWII, 1940s
Animation & Cartoons
by Tex Avery
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A very early appearance of a barely recognisable Daffy Duck, seen here tormenting Egghead, a prototype Elmer Fudd who is just as unsuccessful with ducks as he was later to be with a certain wascally wabbit.
Topics: Warner Bros., Animation, Hunting, Looney Tunes, Daffy Duck, Leon Schlesinger
Animation & Cartoons
by Mike Judge
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An animated short by Mike Judge that later became the basis for his 1999 film of the same name. It aired on Liquid Television and Saturday Night Live in the early 1990s.
Topics: SNL, 1990s, Animation, Comedy
Animation & Cartoons
by Justin Roiland
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Another strange cartoon from the mind of Rick and Morty co-creator Justin Roiland. Honestly just watch it because my words won't do it justice.
Topics: Animation, Dan Harmon, Channel 101, Acceptable.TV
Animation & Cartoons
by John Kricfalusi
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A Ranger Smith cartoon from the disgraced John K which was made as a companion piece to Boo Boo Runs Wild. 
Topics: Animation, Yogi Bear, Adult Swim, 1990s, Hanna-Barbera, Cartoon Network
Animation & Cartoons
by Justin Roiland
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All eight episodes of Mr Sprinkles, a strange and disturbing cartoon series from Acceptable.TV and created by Justin Roiland. He would later co-create Rick and Morty and it doesn't take much time watching to see his fingerprints all over it.
Topics: Animation, Channel 101, Dan Harmon, Acceptable.TV, VH1
Animation & Cartoons
by Hanna-Barbera
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The debut cartoon of Yogi Bear that appeared on The Huckleberry Hound Show in 1958. The character became so popular that he received his own show in 1961. 
Topics: Yogi Bear, Animation, Huckleberry Hound, 1950s
Animation & Cartoons
by Tex Avery
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In Arctic territories, Woolfy wanders into a bar where he is attracted with the charms of a singer named Lou. When Woolfy absconds with her, it's up to Droopy to rescue her.
Topics: Animation, Droopy, MGM, Robert W. Service, 1940s, Fred Quimby